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This photo of a stingray smiling for a photo opportunity has gotten national attention. For some reason, everyone else in the picture doesn’t look too happy about it.
In a highly personal blog post on Dealerelite.net, Craig Lockerd writes that being a leader at the workplace is much like being an attentive father. Read about how to be present for your family and your employees.
Email Template Theft (ETT) has become such a serious problem in automotive sales that it’s apparently gotten its own acronym. Have you had your email template stolen? Find out here.
Engagement counts more and costs less than awareness – find out how you can engage your customer rather than simply raising awareness.
In an amazing, gut-wrenching video, a Russian truck driver makes an unbelievable escape and sticks a landing worthy of an Olympic gold medal.
Like some kind of weird new Pokemon, the Peacheetameleon was invented by the Cobalt Group to represent the perfect amalgamation of the peacock’s beauty, the cheetah’s speed, and the chameleon’s adaptability. Read on to learn how you can become more like this biological nightmare.
In an attempt to revitalize one of the oldest social networks, Justin Timberlake has acquired Myspace and given it an extreme makeover. Will this resuscitate the site, or is it forever doomed to be used only by teenage musicians?
How much do dealerships value their brand? How much should you spend to increase your brand’s Internet review ratings on Yelp and similar sites? Jerry Hart talks about the importance of your brand’s customer satisfaction thumbprint.
Falsified online reviews are going to become a huge problem that Mashable projects will explode in the coming years. How will reviewing sites counter this? And will this saturation have a negative effect on your brand?
To the widespread relief of football fans, NFL refs are back in action. After ending their union strike from the league, refs took the field Thursday night to replace their cheaper imitators. fans can now look forward to a more professional sport for the rest of the season.
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